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Texas Eurycea Bibliography
This bibliography was created with the goal of compiling a comprehensive list of research papers and natural history observations on the central Texas Eurycea salamanders that would serve as a resource for scientists, habitat managers and policymakers. It is the product of joint interest in such a resource at the first meeting of the EuryceAlliance in May 2011 at Texas State University – San Marcos. The EuryceAlliance is an interdisciplinary working group of scientists and natural resource managers dedicated to advancing research and conservation of the neotenic Eurycea salamanders of central Texas.
The body of scientific literature regarding this unique group of salamanders extends back well over 116 years to Stejneger’s 1896 original description of the Texas Blind Salamander (Eurycea rathbuni). As of September 2013, this bibliography contains more than 200 scientific papers and reports by 120+ scientists about the central Texas Eurycea and their habitat. It includes more than 50 government and consultant reports, 30 masters theses and dissertations, 130 peer-reviewed articles, books and conference proceedings, not to mention the wealth of unpublished information that exists in natural history collections, field notes, databases and presentations from scientific meetings.
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This bibliography was a collaborative effort, compiled by: Nathan F. Bendik (City of Austin Watershed Protection / M.S. University of Texas at Arlington) J. Hayley Gillespie (EuryceAlliance, founder / Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin) Kira McEntire (University of Georgia / B.A. Southwestern University)
Please click here to download a PDF copy of the bibliography.
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